People often throw the terms “teeth whitening” and “bleaching” around interchangeably. However, according to the FDA, teeth are “whitened” when they are lightened to match their natural color, and they are “bleached” when they are whitened beyond their natural shade.
If you believe that you need to get your teeth professionally whitened at a dentist’s office to see real results, think again. With BleachBright’s innovative at-home and on-location products and services, you can get the brightest, whitest smile you’ve ever seen, and you can do it in the convenience of your own home if you want to.
Our L.E.D.-accelerated carbamide peroxide trays whiten teeth more efficiently and safely than any other at-home methods available, and they’re just as effective as other, more expensive whitening methods you’ll see in many dentists’ offices.